Kadriorg Palace

August Weizenbergi tänav 37, Kesklinna linnaosa, Tallinn

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Kadriorg Palace was founded by Russian Tsar Peter I in 1718. The palace was named Kadriorg (Katharinenthal in German) in honour of his wife Catherine I. The palace designed by Italian architect Nicola Michetti with its magnificent main hall is one of the most beautiful examples of Baroque architecture in Estonia and in Northern Europe as a whole. The lovely Roman Baroque palace is surrounded by a garden of fountains, hedges, and flowerbeds, modelled on Versailles.

Good to know: the Palace houses the Kadriorg Art Museum, which exhibits the Estonian Art Museum’s collection of foreign art – Western European and Russian art from the sixteenth to the twentieth century.

Times and prices

Tuesday, thursday–sunday: 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 20:00
Monday closed

  • Adult:


    9 €
  • Family ticket:


    18 €
  • Pensioner:


    7 €
  • University student:


    7 €
  • School student:


    7 €
  • Exact price to be clarified by service provider.

Features and amenities
  • WIFI

  • Wheelchair access

Getting there
  • Signposted
  • By public transport
  • By car
Stops nearby
Bus: Poska
Tram: Kadriorg
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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating


Nice visit

You should visit it. It's not very far. It's not one of a kind but it's a palace with history behind. If you are there in summer you can even sit under the sun and have a picnic.

Mikael F

Mikael F

Stunning palace with an art museum

This Baroque palace was founded by Tsar Peter I of Russia in 1718. It was named Kadriorg in honor of his wife Catherine I. The richly decorated main hall is especially stunning. The palace is...



An amazing place for picnics, chilldren and adults to enjoy a sunmy day out!

I was here for a yoga class from the Embassy of India for the World Yoga Day. Even though it was a bit rainy I enjoyed the yoga class and the walk around the park! We had an amazing one hour class...

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